Euro-sceptical love

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  • adj. Of or pertaining to Euro-sceptics or Euro-scepticism

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Examples

  • These young people objected not that he is Euro-sceptical but to what they called his extremism:

    Keep Darwin's 'lies' out of schools: Polish official - The Panda's Thumb

  • And the most Euro-sceptical segment of opinion has grown rapidly: where 34% of all respondents now say they would "definitely" vote for pulling out, in 2001 just 13% said they were "strongly" in favour of pulling out.

    The Guardian World News

  • But Monday's poll contains signs that the Euro-sceptical side of public opinion is firmer than the Euro-enthusiast element.

    The Guardian World News

  • But how is it feasible to create a positive European spirit in a country where national politics is consistently Euro-sceptical and where, as Commissioner Ferrero-Waldner states, politicians usually blame Brussels for negative impacts and claim positive outcomes as exclusively implemented by themselves?

    cafebabel.com

  • There is now one last legal hurdle to overcome for the treaty, with the Czech Constitutional Court next week expected to throw out tactical treaty objections raised by a group of Czech senators who share Mr Klaus 'deeply Euro-sceptical views.

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  • There is now one last legal hurdle to overcome for the treaty, with the Czech Constitutional Court next week expected to throw out tactical treaty objections raised by a group of Czech senators who share Mr Klaus's deeply Euro-sceptical views.

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  • He was and is actually rather Euro-sceptical whereas I'm enamoured and beschmitten.

    Labour of Love

  • I will encourage my colleagues to refrain from taking part in the highly artificial verification of attendance which you have proposed, "the head of the Euro-sceptical ECR group, Michal Kaminski, wrote to parliament president Jerzy

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • I will encourage my colleagues to refrain from taking part in the highly artificial verification of attendance which you have proposed, "the head of the Euro-sceptical ECR group, Michal Kaminski, wrote to parliament president Jerzy Buzek in another internal email.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

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